Army Names Six Companies to Bid for Orders Under $76M Design-Build Contract

Army Names Six Companies to Bid for Orders Under $76M Design-Build Contract
U.S. Army

The U.S. Army has selected six companies to design, build, sustain, modernize and restore military and civilian facilities under a $76M multiple-award contract.

The construction companies based in Colorado, Florida, Tennessee and Utah will compete for task orders under the firm-fixed-price contract and work to complete duties by Jan. 21, 2026, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The contractors are:

  • Iron Mike – Bristol joint venture
  • JE Hurley
  • John Bowman
  • Relyant Global
  • Sage – HHI JV
  • Yerkes South BCS JV

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will assign performance locations and funds per order.

USACE held a competitive solicitation for the contract and gathered 17 proposals.

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